PBS is proud to present Mimi Sammis in a 13 series TV show that will encourage you to look at the world differently while inspiring you to create your own paintings.
Paint with Mimi anytime when you view the show Love to Paint with Mimi. You are sure to be delighted with the insight into the creative process and the painting techniques that Mimi Sammis shares.
Love to Paint with Mimi will help you free your spirit as you are drawn into the creative process and discover how you, too, can create your own paintings. Join Mimi Sammis in her Love to Paint with Mimi series and you will discover a new world of creativity. Mimi takes you through the tools you will need, discusses various artists’ techniques, shows you some “tricks of the trade” and inspires you to paint like no one is watching! Come see how she does it.
Walking into an art supply store can be a little daunting – especially for artists who are just starting out. In this episode, Mimi shows viewers how to choose exactly which supplies they need, while also keeping it simple. Back in the studio, she paints a scene of a peaceful pond.
Ever wonder how Mimi became involved in art? In this episode, she’ll talk about her personal journey along the road of life and creativity. Back in the studio, she’ll paint a spectacular sunrise inspired by the view at her Narragansett Rhode Island home.
In this episode, Mimi interviews renowned illustrator and author David Macaulay, who demonstrates the exciting ways in which perspective can be used. Back in the studio, Mimi paints a country road using one point perspective.
Connecting with nature is one of the most powerful ways to be creatively inspired. Mimi found inspiration for this week's painting on a recent trip to Hawaii.
Guest artist Rebekah Cook demonstrates how she uses primary and complimentary colors to create vibrant compositions. In the studio, Mimi demonstrates how different color schemes can create completely different moods and effects, even when the subject remains the same.
We're all born with an innate impulse to create. In this episode, Mimi visits Sophia Academy in Providence Rhode Island where she conducts a creativity exercise with a group of students. Back in the studio, Mimi continues to show viewers ways they can access their creativity without fear of judgement.
In this episode you'll meet Mimi's artists' circle – a group of artists who inspire and encourage each other to create. Back in the studio, Mimi paints a beautiful scene inspired by Hawaii.
Trying something new can be liberating and lots of fun! In this episode, Mimi joins a group of students who are exploring printmaking for the very first time. Back in the studio, Mimi paints a vibrant, tropical scene from the Bahamas.